+2 votes

For example:

// code //
var tweener = Tween.new()
//-- --//

Obviously, it won't call the function without errors because "start" doesn't ask for arguments and the "tweencomplete" gives it 2.
I know you can create a function "on
tween_complete", but is there any way of do it directly?
I just use Tween as example, but it can happen in many cases.


in Engine by (327 points)

If you use the curly braces for code would be easier to read :)

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